Sandra J. Gray, PhD

Social and Behavioral Sciences -
Associate Professor
Primary office:
Fraser Hall, 626
University of Kansas
1415 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045-7590


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Selected Grants

The impact of AK-47 raiding on human fitness (survival and reproduction) in two African pastoralist societies. General Research Fund, University of Kansas. $9145.00. (12/31/2003). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The Impact of AK-47 raiding on maternal strategies in an African pastoralist society. Wenner-Gren Foundation. $25000.00. (12/31/2003). Foundation. Status: Funded
In support of the lecture series presented as part of Women’s Works 2000: From Our Past to Our Future. Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Kansas City. (12/31/2000). Foundation. Status: Funded
Small grant for equipment, for field work in Uganda. Carrol D. Clark Award (Anthropology). (1/1/1998 - 12/31/1999). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Economic development and disequilibrium: Population dynamics of Karimojong pastoralists of Uganda. Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research. $14860.00. (12/31/1998). Foundation. Status: Funded
Exhibit entitled, Women’s Works 2000: From Our Past to Our Future. Kansas Humanities Council. $10698.00. (12/31/1998). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Grant to support an interdisciplinary exhibition at the University of Kansas Museum of Anthropology, spring, 2000.
Grant to support demographic research in Karamoja, Uganda. General Research Fund, University of Kansas. $5775.00. (12/31/1998). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Development and nonequilibrium: Population dynamics of Karimojong pastoralists of Uganda. National Geographic Society. $17200.00. (12/31/1997). Not-for-Profit (not Foundation). Status: Funded
Grant to undertake archival and planning research in Uganda in July and August, 1996. General Research Fund, University of Kansas. $5875.00. (1/1/1996 - 12/31/1997). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Title VI Grant for Faculty and Curriculum Development in African and African-American Studies. (1/1/1993 - 12/31/1995). Federal. Status: Funded. Sponsored Participant. This sponsorship also included travel money to participate in the Annual Meeting of the African Studies Association, in 1993 and in 1994.
Additional financial support to support an exploratory research project in Uganda, on effects of political and environmental stress on agro-pastoral systems in Karimoja, Uganda. Area Studies and RGSPS. (12/31/1994). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
For exploratory research in Uganda and in Kenya. Carrol D. Clark Award (Anthropology). (12/31/1994). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded

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